We all know that hands-on learning is one of the best ways to teach children. Putting something into their hands that they can quickly turn to play, inspires both imagination and cognitive thinking. Which is why LEGO® Bricks are an ideal learning tool. Introducing the bricks into a learning environment instantly motivates a child’s desire to participate.
Our experienced homeschool mom bloggers have gathered the best homeschool field trips from around the globe and are sharing them with you. These lists and ideas can serve as research for homeschool field trip possibilities. We sugguest you pin them for reference, and then schedule some relevant ones into your homeschool routine.
I just love using online resource to supplement our homeschool! My favorite is YouTube. YouTube has built up an amazing library of amazing content. Homeschool families often overlook the awesome content they can find on YouTube to supplement their homeschool Below are ten to get you started!
The cool thing about homeschooling is that any time can be “learning time,” right? I love learning from movies, and some lend themselves to homeschooling in a pretty overt way. But what about the less-obvious choices? Do you wonder how your child could possibly be getting anything out of the latest Marvel comics adaptation? What I’ve discovered is that any movie or TV show can give our family something to talk about and learn from when we’re watching and engaging together. It’s been so cool for us that I’m always trying to help other families see how to start these kinds of conversations in their own homes.
As homeschoolers the library is an oft utilized resource. But are you making the most of this resource? With a wealth of free materials, books, cd’s and even online learning options the possibilities are limitless. See how our homeschool bloggers are using the library with their families.